DECEMBER 2014 HLAA WEBINAR  unnamed-2

HLAA conducts educational webinars for its members and constituents. There is no cost to attend webinars.

Webinars generally take place the third Wednesday of each month (December 17 at 8:00 PM this month) with top-notch professionals. All webinars are captioned and archived for access at the HLAA website. HLAA has found that member’s schedules are busy but many go the archives to catch up on the topics that interest them. The website gives you the opportunity to do that. Check out the past topics when ther.

To view a Webinar, go to http://www.hearingloss.org/content/webinars 

Improve Your Next Hearing Aid Experience with Hearing Tracker, Adam Baily, Au.D.

Launched in March 2014, HearingTracker.com has rapidly grown to become an important online resource for consumers with hearing loss. HearingTracker.com boasts America’s most comprehensive directory of hearing health care providers, including details on each provider’s educational background, qualifications, provided services, and consumer reviews. HearingTracker.com also hosts a large collection of hearing aid model listings and authenticated hearing aid reviews. Consumers may browse and compare hearing aid models, and locate nearby suppliers. Please join Hearing Tracker founder and President, Abram Bailey, Au.D., for a personalized tour of HearingTracker.com’s features. Learn what to look for in a provider, what hearing aid features matter, and how to improve your next hearing aid experience.

 

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NOVEMBER 2014 HLAA WEBINAR

HLAA conducts educational webinars for its members and constituents. There is no cost to attend webinars.

Webinars generally take place the third Wednesday of each month with top-notch professionals. All webinars are captioned and archived for access at the HLAA website.

To view a Webinar, go to http://www.hearingloss.org/content/webinars .

On 8:00 PM on November 19, Dr. Rob Jackler will provide a broad overview of the state-of-the-art in the bioscience and technology of hearing loss with an emphasis upon emerging new methods of treatment and promising lines of research which may lead to new cures.

There may be hope for those with hearing loss. A few years ago, Stanford University launched an audacious and intensive effort, dubbed “Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss” (SICHL), staffed with stellar world-class interdisciplinary team of ear and hearing loss scientists and doctors, dedicated to finding a cure for sensorineural hearing loss and chaired by Dr. Jack